Material safety data sheet

Material Safety Data Sheet

(according to EU-directive91/155/EEC)

LRP VTEC Lithium-Polymer Ultra Performance batteries

1. Product & Company information
Trade name:

LRP VTEC Lithium-Polymer Ultra Performance batteries Capacity: Watt-hour rating <100Wh
Chemical description:

2. Composition/information on ingredients

Chemical name
Content (wt%)

3. Hazard Identification
Primary routes of entry
Skin contact

Signs and Symptoms of Exposure
Skin Contact
No effect under routine handling and use No effect under routine handling and use No effect under routine handling and use No effect under routine handling and use Caution: May explode in a fire, which could release hydrogen fluoride gas and smoke. Use
extinguishing media suitable for materials burning in fire.

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4. First Aid measures

Eye contact
Skin contact
If swallowed, obtain medical attention immediately.



Fresh air and rest. If there is respiratory distress give oxygen, if available. If the inhalation has been very intensive, it can be necessary to apply artificial respiration. Seek immediate medical attention.

Eye & Skin contact

Remove all contaminated clothing. Immediately wash affected area with plenty of soap and water. Irrigate thoroughly with water for at least 15 minutes. Hold eyelids open if necessary. If irritation persists, obtain medical attention.
Drink milk/water and induce vomiting. Seek immediate medical attention.

5. Fire-fighting measures
General Hazard
The Cell itself is not flammable but internal organic material will burn if the cell is incinerated.
Combustion products include, but are not limited to hydrogen fluoride, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.

Extinguishing Media

Use extinguishing media suitable for the materials that are burning.
Special Firefighting Instructions

If possible, remove cell(s) from fire fighting area. If heated above 130°, Cell(s) may explode/swell or leak.

Firefighting Equipment

Use NISH/MSHA approved full-face self-contained breathing apparatus(SCBA) with full protective gear.

6. Accidental Release measures

Procedures of Personal Precautions
Put on adequate protective equipment. Do not breathing vapour.

Environmental precautions

Keep away from drains, surface-water, ground-water and soil.

Methods for Cleaning Up

Collect as much as possible in a clean container for disposal. Disposal according to local regulations. Place material into suitable containers and call local fire/police department. If possible, remove from water and call local fire/police department.
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7. Handling and storage

No special protective clothing required for handling individual cells. Store away from sources of heat or ignition. Too high temperatures will make the cell inflate, melt the separator and causing short circuit. Storage area should be cool, dry, well ventilated, out of direct sunlight, away from metal or sharp edge, such as keys, pins, or wires.
8. Exposure controls/personal protection

Not required during normal operations. SCBA required in the event of a fire.

Eye/face protection

Not required beyond safety practices of employer.

Foot protection

Steel toed shoes recommended for large container handling.


9. Physical and chemical properties
Appearance: Not
Smell: Not
PH (sun. 1%, v/v): Not
Temperature of boiling (°C): Not
Flash-point (°C): Not
Density (at 20°C): Not
Solubility in water (% in weight): Insoluble

10. Stability and reactivity

None during normal operating or handling conditions.
Hazardous decomposition
None during normal operating conditions. If Cells are leaked, hydrogen fluoride, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide may be released.


None during normal operation. Avoid exposure to heat, open flame and corrosives
Conditions to avoid

Don’t short terminals and immerse in water or pour. Don’t heat or throw in fire and solder. Don’t attempt to crush or drop. Don’t put it in microwave oven, oven or pressure container.
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11. Toxicological information

This product does not elicit toxicological properties during routine handling and use.

Teratogenicity No
Reproductive toxicity No
Acute toxicity
If the cells are leaked through misuse or damage, discard immediately. Internal components of cell are
12. Ecological information

Some materials within the cell are bio-accumulative. Under normal conditions, these materials are
contained and pose no risk to persons or the surrounding environment.

13. Disposal Recommendations
Methods of disposal

Lithium-ion Polymer battery contains no toxic metals, only naturally occurring trace elements. It is advisable to consult with local authorities as disposal regulations may vary dependent on location.


Incinerating and disposing of the cell in fire is strictly prohibited, because it may cause rupture. Fully charged battery may cause fire or explosion when disposed improperly. Fully discharged the battery
14. Transport information

The batteries comply with all applicable shipping regulations as prescribed by industry and legal
standards and are considered to be non-dangerous goods.
All batteries are less than 100Wh and meet the requirements for transportation under:
- International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Special Provision A45 as applicable. Effective January 1, 2009, Special Provision A45 will be replaced by Packing Instructions 965 (UN 3480, batteries). - International Maritime Organization (IMO) Special Provision 188. - U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) 49 CFR 173.185 and Special Provision 188. - ADR SV 188 These products are tested, packaged and labeled in accordance with all applicable requirements as outlined in these transportation regulations. All batteries are tested in accordance with the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, Subsection 38.3
15. Regulatory information

OSHA hazard communication standard (29CFR 1910.1200) : Non – Hazardous
16. Other information
Safety Data Sheet first issued:
Safety Data Sheet last revised: July
Version: 1.1

Material Safety Data Sheet

(according to EU-directive91/155/EEC)
Notice: The above information is based on the data of which we are aware and is believed to be correct
as of the data hereof. Since this information may be applied under conditions beyond our control and
with which may be unfamiliar and since data made available subsequent to the data hereof may suggest modifications of the information, we do not assume any responsibility for the results of its use. This information is furnished upon condition that the person receiving it shall make his own determination of the suitability of the material for his particular purpose.



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